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Khartoum’s strategy and the Tripoli initiative

A new round of talks in the Doha Forum began earlier this year, sponsored by Qatar and with international and Arab support, to attempt to deal with the Darfur crisis.

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Wednesday, 24 August 2011 13:09 GMT

5 December 2010

A new round of talks in the Doha Forum began earlier this year, sponsored by Qatar and with international and Arab support, to attempt to deal with the Darfur crisis. The Forum appealed to the parties involved in the conflict to address the crisis, and it tried to mediate between the Sudanese government on the one hand, and the Darfuri rebels and militias on the other. The second round of the Doha talks began after the violent conflict reached new heights, the peak of violence being marked by the attack of the Justice and Equality Movement...

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